If you haven't already noticed, take a closer look at the Oat Couture Cafe. On Thursdays to Sundays, it transforms nightly into the Montgomery Scotch Lounge, featuring fine malts, scotch, beer, and small plates.
There is not much to report regarding businesses opening or closing, so here’s another roundup post highlighting some of the places that make our neighbourhood so great.
In this announcement from the October 1978 OSCAR, Larry McDonald reports on a new name in the neighbourhood.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Ottawa Antique Market at 1179 Bank Street. With over 10,000 square feet of space, the Ottawa Antique Market's 26 vendors offer a wide variety of collectibles, vintage items, as well as rare and valuable antiques. The upcoming Business Beat article in the July/August 2018 OSCAR will include a more in depth feature on the market.
Although last month I hinted that the April Business Beat would be dedicated to the exciting new development at the OTLBC restaurant, those interested will have to wait one more month to get all the details. In communicating with the tennis club and the people behind the restaurant it became clear that it makes more sense to do a write-up for May so that I can include details like decor, menus, etc. Work is already underway and the goal is for the restaurant to open in early to mid May. So stay tuned.
Instead, this month’s Business Beat features a number of different updates.
After some long waits, two businesses opened their doors in the past few weeks: clothing store/barbershop Arkadía in part of the former Folklore Centre (1111 Bank Street), and Pizza/Grill take-out spot Roost and Grills in the former Papaz Pizza spot (1202 Bank Street).